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if nobody wants to get big in mexico it will have to give the government there a piece of the action , according to an initial government planned viewed exclusively by reuters uber drivers will need to be the government about sixteen hundred pesos of one hundred dollars a year to register their caps overview also have to hand over one and a half percent of its domestic revenue to a newly created city transportation fund writers mexico city correspondent maxta how demanding says hoover is happy to be out , five hundred , two thousand , does regulation also bans over and companies like it from except , cash payments from customers , suggesting the use of prepaid plans or taxis , although over has strong public demand across latin america traditional cab drivers are against the service for the government's doing this in response to achieve lobby for mexico city's taxi drivers %HESITATION that process that a couple of times in the streets that in trying to ban either and of course the government for them it wants money for members well neighboring colombia authorities have deemed over illegal , police haven't found it and number of cars offering services on its sap , and in brazil some of the biggest cities have voted to ban the service mexico city's official regulations should be finalized